Lake Tahoe Ski Report

Stunning winter beauty and recreation in Northern California

Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts and Northern California have been getting rocked with record-breaking snowfall for December. The towering walls of white powder are a welcome sight for residents, businesses and beleaguered Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts. Approaching 20 feet of snow in December is a big deal even for a region known as one of America’s snowiest.

As the region digs out a bit from massive snowfall and roadways get cleared, ski resorts are ramping up behind the scenes. An expected bonanza of snow-loving visitors await the opportunity to take advantage of the Lake Tahoe region’s stunning winter beauty. Here’s the latest update on snowfall totals from Lake Tahoe ski resorts! More snow is in the forecast.

Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Report

Boreal Ski Resort

Storm Total: 127 inches
Base: 135 inches
Season: 270 inches

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Storm Total: 117 inches
Base: 45 inches
Season: 207 inches

Donner Ski Ranch

Not Reporting

Granlibakken Ski Area

Not Reporting

Heavenly Ski Resort

Storm Total: 78 inches
Base: 87 inches
Season: 178 inches

Homewood Ski Resort

Storm Total: 120+ inches
Base: 103 inches
Season: 257 inches

Kirkwood Ski Resort

Storm Total: 81 inches
Base: 92 inches
Season: 203 inches

Mt. Rose Ski Resort

Storm Total: 109+ inches
Base: 72+_ inches
Season: 270 inches

Northstar at Tahoe Ski Resort

Storm Total: 134 inches
Base: 147 inches
Season: 279 inches

Sierra at Tahoe Ski Resort

Storm Total: 77 inches
Base: 20 inches
Season: not reported

Soda Springs Ski Resort

Storm Total: 127 inches
Base: 135 inches
Season: 216 inches

Palisades Tahoe Ski Resort

7 Days: 116 inches
Base : 128 inches
Season: 256 inches

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

Storm Total: 124 inches
Base: 136 inches
Season: 255 inches

Tahoe Donner Ski Resort

Storm Total: 121 inches
Base: 65 inches
Season: 204 inches

Homewood Mountain Resort ski lifts under snow


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